After researchers at Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou announced that they had successfully modified the DNA of human embryos, scientists from around the world called for an international ban on the procedure which could lead to the designing of babies with built-in genetic advantages.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is suing the federal government to obtain records related to reproductive healthcare policy for unaccompanied immigrant children provided by federally-funded Catholic agencies to determine if they are refusing to offer abortion and contraceptive care to these children.
This year marks the third annual March for Marriage which will take place in Washington DC on April 25, just three days before the Supreme Court hears arguments on four cases that could determine the future of same-sex marriage in America.
Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
In an effort to make children of same-sex parents and those who are questioning their gender feel at home in the Girl Scouts, a Utah-based outreach coordinator has launched the first “sexuality-based” troop in Salt Lake City which will meet in the Utah Pride Center.
A Catholic high school in the troubled Archdiocese of San Francisco is the scene of a new uproar after a group of faithful Dominican Sisters walked out of their classrooms last Friday to protest the national Day of Silence which is orchestrated by an organization that promotes homosexuality among school students.
More and more children raised by same-sex parents are now old enough to speak for themselves – and they are doing so – but not in the way the “gay mafia” likes.
A powerful new video message to the Islamic terrorist group, ISIS, and its ranks of disenfranchised followers delivers the saving message of Christianity in a way that should remind us all of what it means to be a follower of Jesus Christ.
Advocates of assisted suicide hoped the high profile suicide of a 29 year-old brain cancer victim named Brittany Maynard last fall would revive efforts to make assisted suicide legal across the country, but measures introduced in four states have already stalled due to lack of support.